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Today’s funding deals:
Wizeline, a product management startup, secured a new $6.7 million round of funding, according to an SEC document filed today. Wizeline helps software companies determine which features in a particular product are most important — and which they should invest in next. The purpose of Wizeline’s platform is to make sure product management teams aren’t wasting time and resources on features that no one cares about while prioritizing those that are important.
Read more on VentureBeat: Product-management platform Wizeline raises $6.7M
Fancred raises $3M
Fancred, an app for sports fans, announced that it has raised $3 million in new funding. The app lets sports fans connect with other fellow sports fans, and share pictures of their favorite sports moments, a bit like an Instagram just for sports fans. Atlas Ventures and Militello Capital led the round, with additional participation from Breakaway Innovation Group. This is the comapany’s first institutional round after raising $1.5 million in seed funding. The company will use the funding to expand its team and continue to work on its product.
This story is for VIPs. Or would-be VIPs. Tablelist, a platform for booking VIP tables and “bottle service,” closed $1.5 million in seed funding in June and, because it was oversubscribed, yesterday extended that round to $2 million total — all to help important people handle some annoying inconveniences.
Read more on VentureBeat: Attention, VIPs: The Tablelist app will get you into the top clubs
InCorta lands $250K
A stealthy company named InCorta has just filed a document to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission showing it has raised $250,000 in debt funding, out of $1 million it seeks to raise. According to its website, “Incorta is an analytical warehouse solution that has been purpose-built from day one for the public and private cloud. Incorta is engineered to quickly and easily analyze massive volumes of data from multiple sources. In real-time users can securely access any amount of the latest and most relevant data from one source of truth, ensuring that all users (top management included) are accessing, analyzing and collaborating around consistent information.” The document shows that the first sale occurred on Aug. 12. The company has previously filed a Form D for raising $410,000 out of $1 million back in February, so this is likely a follow on that first raise.
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